The 'drift' sculpture by artist UK Antony Gormley is measuring approximately 40 meters long, 23 meters high and 15 meters wide. Image © Marina Bay Sands
A new integrated hotel now defines Singapore. The Marina Bay Sands is composed of three cascading towers. It is unified by a sky park platform top that sits amidst the famous Marina Bay Coast line, near Singapore’s central business district. This integrated hotel boasts of the perfect place to combine business with leisure. It was developed by Las Vegas Sands, a prestigious luxury and gaming company.
Marina Bay Sands complex consists of three hotel towers connected by the magnificent Sands Sky Park. Image © Marina Bay Sands
The hotel houses 2,500 rooms divided among the three towers.
When you walk into the room the window curtains opens automatically to reveal an awesome view
The sky park houses a big infinity pool, quite intimidating at 200 meters above ground, but definitely breathe taking.
The exclusive use of a 150-meter infinity swimming pool let you to explore the best view of Singapore and China Sea. Image © Marina Bay Sands
In the same sky park, 12,400 square meters of space has become home to lush gardens of 250 trees and 650 plants.
'Rising forest' by shanghai artist Chongbin Zheng is a ceramic sculpture composed of 83 massive glazed stone-ware ceramic vessels, occupying approximately 4,000 s.m. in the hotel atrium. Each vessel weighs in at 1,200kg and measures 3m tall. Image © Marina Bay Sands
Restaurants and coffee shops are also one of the thrills one can enjoy in this awesome viewed sky park.
The Club at Marina Bay Sands, the executive club lounge at tower 2, allows club/suite guests to enjoy their breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails while enjoying the spectacular views at the Sky Park. Image © Marina Bay Sands